On Friday 29 June 2007 23:46:08 you wrote:
> On Friday 29 June 2007 7:08:21 am Reinhard Amersberger wrote:
> > > -----Urspr=FCngliche Nachricht-----
> > > Von: Dan Dennedy <dan@...>
> > > Gesendet: 28.06.07 07:31:08
> > > An: kdenlive-devel@...
> > > Betreff: Re: [Kdenlive-devel] Playout via firewire in 0.5 =3F
> > >
> > > On Wednesday 27 June 2007 02:29, Reinhard Amersberger wrote:
> > > > apropos 0.5 - is there a minimal chance to have rudimentary
> > > > functionality for playout via firewire =3F For now it would be
> > > > sufficient if playout (region between in and out point) would star=
> > > > at actual camcorders position (crash record). Because for fail-saf=
> > > > and cheap archiving at high quallity I still prefer mini-DV tapes!=
> > >
> > > MLT is not DV-specific. Also, it currently has no support for
> > > "pass-through," which means to not render unaffected video. This wil=
> > > not be possible until pass-through is implemented in MLT. Then,
> > > kdenlive will have to have some features for background-rendering
> > > and/or
> > > render-region-on-demand along with a way to specify the render targe=
> > > (e.g. DV). For now, for archival purposes (and I agree on the value =
> > > DVC tape), you will have to render to DV and then use something like=
> > > Kino to put it back to tape.
> > Thanks for the explanation!
> > I will try your suggestion in the meantime.
> > This sounds to be a lot of work to implement, so it seems that this wi=
> > not make it in the upcoming release ;)
> Last night I noticed kdenlive already has the feature to
> render-region-on-demand, but it is currently DV only, and that's fine fo=
> many people,=20
for me too ;)
> but HDV is increasingly popular.=20
> pass-through in MLT is pretty =20
> high on the list, at least for DV, it should not be too hard.
fine news, does that mean that you plan to finish pass-through for the nex=
Would be a good decision IMHO since the follow up to 0.5 seems to be REALL=
lot of work, because I heard about a switch to kde 4.x, which will cause a=
longer period without a new release, right=3F
So, HDV (in 0.6 =3F) seems to be the next big thing after the kde switch=3F